Why is it that astronauts, upon witnessing the earth from outer space, become systematically inclined to care deeply for the environment and man’s place within it? Frank White and Jisung discuss how the Overview Effect can make a world of difference.
What role does education play in determining the relative wealth of nations? An incredibly vital one, according to Professor Eric Hanushek of Stanford University.
Dr. Alex Wang, Sachin Desai, and Jisung Park discuss prospects for balancing environmental protection and economic growth in China.
Dr. Wen and Jisung discuss concrete steps that both patients and doctors can take to bring back the lost art of correct diagnosis.
What is faith-based environmentalism, and how might it transform the sterile political divides of American climate politics?
Is Development Aid effective? Or does it merely line the pockets of corrupt bureaucrats? World Bank Africa’s Chief Economist Shanta Devarajan offers his insights.
Paul Herman, Founder and CEO of HIP Investor Inc., on what it means to be an HIP investor — one whose portfolio achieves both human impact and profit.
Knut Haanaes, Global Head of Boston Consulting Group’s Sustainability Practice, on the business side of the sustainability coin.
Kristen Sullivan of Deloitte’s Global Sustainability & Climate Change services group talks about “impact investing.”
New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner Nick Kristof talks about women’s rights, girls’ education and sustainable development.